Re: Postfix, cyrus, mysql and web-cyradm
I have it running with the stable distribution.
All the setup is the same as in the HOWTO. The only diference is in the
authentication, you have to use pwcheck_pam instead of pwcheck_standard
First do an /etc/init.d/pwcheck stop before changing to the pam version,
because pwcheck will refuse to start
pwcheck_pam has memory leaks and grows to insane memory size, I restart it
# update-alternatives --display pwcheck
pwcheck - status is manual.
link currently points to /usr/sbin/pwcheck_pam
/usr/sbin/pwcheck_standard - priority 30
/usr/sbin/pwcheck_pam - priority 20
Current `best' version is /usr/sbin/pwcheck_standard.
Now I'm evaluating to migrate this setup to a courier imap and the
postfix's virtual transport using the JAMM http://jamm.sourceforge.net/
> Hi folks
> I'm trying to get web-cyradm running with postfix, cyrus and mysql. Luc
> de Louw' pretty detailed Postfix-Cyrus-Web-cyradm-HOWTO on
> is unfortunaetlly very redhat centered. Since there's also the
> PAM and sasl stuff involved, debugging is somewhat difficult
> Has anyone managed to get this combo running under Debian and
> could shed some light on it?
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